The World Is The Way It Is By Brave New World By Aldous Huxley And Grendel From Grendel

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Many characters in novels go through the process in seeking more insight and discovery’s of ones self. As evident in two novels, two characters go through the needs to find themselves for who they truly are. Bernard Marx from Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, and Grendel from Grendel by John Gardner both go through the process of self-discovery. Grendel and Bernard are different from society. They both seek for answers on why the world is how it is, why they are who they are, and they both have a will to accomplish their goal through the means of discovering more about themselves. Society causes Bernard and Grendel to question about their existent which highlights their process on trying to find ones true self.
In both books, both protagonists are intrigued on why the world is the way it is. Bernard Marx from Brave New World is in a position of the most elevated rank, which is Alpha, yet he 's small and because of that, he is viewed as deformed. He hates numerous things which separate him from the standard being. Bernard experiences the inconvenience of discovering all the more about the world he lives in. He wonders why beings are classified and are put into distinctive areas, and that why should the world pioneers hereditarily engineer human clones with foreordained fates and particularly boycott things for each diverse station. For instance, when Bernard was posing a question to one of the world’s controller Mustapha Mond, he asks him about what good reason are beings…

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